Use advanced features to perform common tasks, fast.
This is particularly valuable when you have a new work to create that is almost the same as an existing work.
The way to search if you don't know the title, ISBN or contributor, but you do know other information, e.g. publication date, category, batch.
Share data across all your systems to remove duplication.
Your colleagues and you can benefit from seeing your to-do's in, for example, Google Calendars.
Use Slack to query and view your product metadata and key changes.
Level up to expert metadata level.
This is an opinionated description of the publishing process. There are plenty of viable ways to publish, so consider this guide to be one option – but it is the process that Consonance is optimised to support.
Learn the use of four particular data elements – the edition number, the edition version, the edition statement, and edition type codes – with a particular focus on the way in which you are expected to specify them in accordance with ONIX-related best practices.
Sell more books and improve your brand through sharing data in efficient ways.
Create as many catalogue entries as there are product records in your data — potentially thousands and thousands of catalogue entries, with a single click. Then reuse your template and code for the next season’s catalogue.
Self serve the answers to questions such as "When did the ONIX last go for this product to my distributor?